Epson announced the following news this morning at InfoComm 2014. It has:
· Expanded its PowerLite® 1900-series projector line with three new models. Designed for boardrooms, lecture halls and houses of worship, the new PowerLite 1975W (opens in new tab), 1980WU (opens in new tab) and 1985WU (opens in new tab) provide a wide range of connectivity options and up to WUXGA resolution with native full HD 1080p support. In addition, two of the new models feature wireless full HD video transfer via Intel® WiDi and Android™ Miracast, as well as two HDMI ports, one with MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) for connecting multiple digital devices.
· Announced its new BrightLink® Pro-Series for meeting and classrooms. The BrightLink Pro 1430Wi (opens in new tab) and 1420Wi (opens in new tab) transform any flat surface, such as existing whiteboards and tables, into digital whiteboards and interactive spaces by using built-in tools that don’t require a computer or software.
· Refreshed its large venue PowerLite® Pro Z (opens in new tab) line, offering high resolution, more powerful performance features and advanced display capabilities. The nine new installation projectors deliver up to 11,000 lumens of color brightness and 11,000 lumens white brightness, up to WUXGA resolution with native full HD 1080p support, HDBaseT connectivity, and portrait mode projection.